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File:CharlesOberthur.jpg|thumb|Charles Oberthür '''Charles Oberthür''' (14 September 1845, Rennes – 1 June 1924) was a France|French entomologist specializing in Lepidoptera. He was the son of François-Charles Oberthür. Oberthür named 42 new genera of moths.[http://www.nhm.ac.uk/jdsml/research-curation/projects/butmoth/index.dsml Butterflies & Moths of the World – Search Catalogue] Oberthur acquired the collections of Jean Baptiste Boisduval (1799–1879), Achille Guénée (1809–1880), Jean-Baptiste Eugène Bellier de la Chavignerie (1819–1888), Adolphe Hercule de Graslin|Adolphe de Graslin (1802–1882), Constant Bar (1817–1884), Emmanuel Martin (1827– 1897), Antoine Barthélemy Jean Guillemot and Henry Walter Bates (1825–1892). His immense collection, at the end of his life, contained 5 million specimens in 15,000 glass topped...
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